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Dr. Bishop 2 

Dr. Whiteford 3 

Introduction 4 

Fall 5 

Philanthropy 8 

Serenades 12 

Winter 14 

Pan Hellenic 

Council and 

Diamond 18 

Alpha Gamma Delta 19 

Alpha Delta Pi 20 

Alpha Epsilon Phi 21 

Alpha Xi Delta 22 

Alpha Omicron Pi 23 

Alpha Phi 24 

Alpha Chi Omega 25 

Gamma Phi Beta 26 

Delta Gamma 27 

Delta Delta Delta 28 

Delta Phi Epsilon 29 

Iota Alpha Pi 30 

Kappa Alpha Theta 31 

Kappa Delta 32 

Kappa Kappa Gamma 33 

Pi Beta Phi 34 

Sigma Deta Tau 35 

Sigma Kappa 36 

Phi Sigma Sigma 37 

Interfraternity Council, 

Gate and Key and 

Kalegethos 38 



Alpha Gamma Rho 39 

Alpha Epsilon Pi 40 

Alpha Tau Omega 41 

Delta Sigma Phi 42 

Delta Tau Delta 43 

Delta Upsilon 44 

Zeta Beta Tau 45 

Theta Chi 46 

Kappa Alpha 47 

Lambda Chi Alpha 48 

Mini-Ques 49 

Pi Kappa Alpha 50 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon 51 

Sigma Alpha Mu 52 

Sigma Nu 53 

Sigma Pi 54 

Sigma Phi Epsilon 55 

Sigma Chi 56 

Tau Delta Phi 57 

Tau Epsilon Phi 58 

Tau Kappa Epsilon 59 

Phi Delta Theta 60 

Phi Epsilon Pi 61 

Phi Kappa Sigma 62 

Phi Kappa Tau 63 

Phi Sigma Delta 64 

Phi Sigma Kappa 65 

Spring 66 

Theme Parties 70 

Typical Recreation 72 

I.F.C. and 

Pan Hel Presents 74 

Summer 75 



UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND 

College Park 20742 



OFFICE OF THE CHANCELLOR 



Dear "Greeks": 

Today, more than ever before, there is a need 
on university campuses for a sense of community. 
The fraternities and sororities make an important 
contribution to the growth of a community spirit 
here at the University of Maryland. I salute you 
for the role that you are playing and encourage 
the members of the fraternity and sorority system 
to continue to take the initiative in building the 
kind of community we need. 

It is a pleasure for me to extend greetings 
and very best wishes to the fraternity men and 
sorority women of the University of Maryland. 



Cordially, 




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C. E. Bishop 
Chancellor 



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Our system is composed of actives and alumni, with the actives providing life 
itself while alums contribute continuity and various kinds of assistance. Together 
these Greeks can produce a vigorous and continuing fraternal presence on campus 
for the benefit of all. 

In a sense the life style and traditions of today's Greeks go back a hundred 
generations to the Classical Greeks whose name we bear. Those Greeks of the 
Golden Age had a zest for life and excitement that has hardly been parallelled since. 
The following account, which was published a few years ago in a national magazine, 
describes our predecessors. 

They were so eager and exciteable that they had to mount the slogan "nothing 
to excess" in big letters at Delphi to remind them to be less excessive. But they did 
have one idea, so noble and profound, that a whole new age dawned in its light. It 
was simply that man's nature, even in its mortality, is the glory of creation, and that 
man has a noble purpose: to live at the highest possible pitch of human perform- 
ance — physically, morally and intellectually. 

Those words are high sounding, but if you frame the thoughts in our own vocab- 
ulary see if they don't fit. 

Dan Whiteford 
Alumni I.F.C. President 




Gary Greek is dead. He died sometime in the early or mid 1960s. He now lies 
turning in grave with wingtips, tweed, and goldfish in gullet' . . . God rest his soul. 
His tradition, however, will long be remembered. 

The Greek of 1971, a study of contrast and controversy, can no longer be stereo- 
typed. Diversity, is now so predominant a characteristic of the system, even Greeks 
cannot easily recognize fellow members of the system on campus. 

To the independent, a greek is the eccentric student who lives in a gothic structure 
in the suburb of campus, separated by a strategic Route I. However, close observa- 
tion will show his presence in every facet of student life. From the Chess Club to 
DRUM, the fraternity man occupies membership as well as leadership. 

Identified no longer strictly by a fraternity pin or blue nylon jacket, the Greek 
leads a life without traditional boundaries representing a selective yet complete cross 
section of life. He may be seen in a student-faculty conference brandishing sheepskin 
and edwardian attire, at the Town Hall smashing glasses, or ass-down in the height 
of a DC demonstration on 16th street. 

Brotherhood, an obscure term, not easily understood by non-greeks, is the common 
denominator, which allows unity and free flow of thought among this diverse group. 

An alumni of 1956 reminiscing, strolling around the row may wonder what the hell 
has come of the world and his old frat', Gary may twist in his grave, and many will 
call it dead, but the system lives in the pages that you will turn in this book and many 
more books to come. 



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ALL SPORTS TROPHY 







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I thank everyone who has helped me with this yearbook 
hut most of all I thank the entire Greek System for 
being here for all of us to enjoy 

Fraternally, 

Rusty Clark 
Greek 



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